Tradescant & Son

The Tradescant & Son collection of printed linen is inspired by cabinets of curiosity and the natural world, and in particular by John Tradescant, the 17th century gardener and collector, whose collection formed the beginning of the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford today.

The muted and sophisticated colourways chosen to complement the richly coloured original drawings were selected to combine perfectly with the paint brands favoured by the interior designers we work with, so that a coherent look can be easily achieved.  Tradescant & Son can also colour match their prints to your specific requirements.

Printed onto a versatile Belgian linen blend, suitable for drapery and upholstery, the collection is digitally printed to order in England, allowing for highly bespoke work and individual attention, such as fire-resistant treatments for commercial projects and much more.

Russianality holds sample books and display lengths at our showroom in Moscow, and we can help our clients choose from this highly unusual collection, which can be combined beautifully with our furniture collection for a truly bespoke piece.

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Tradescant & Son Collection

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